The Art Newspaper reminds us that at least one of the Rosales works is still in the wild and two are in museum storage:
At least one institutional buyer still has forged works. The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri, has two works in storage: a fake Franz Kline, bought for $475,000 in 1999, and a fake Richard Diebenkorn, bought for $110,000 in 1997, a spokeswoman says.
Other works were unwittingly sent back onto the market. “I unloaded my victimhood,” says Bernard Kruger, who was Freedman’s doctor when he bought a work allegedly by Diebenkorn from the gallery for $95,000 in 1994. He later sold the work and does not know who has it now, he says.
Fakes still on the market as Knoedler victims sue (The Art Newspaper)